AHANA Career Links
AHANA Career Services has compiled a sampling of the resources available to help AHANA students locate job and internship opportunities independently. Let us know at email@example.com if you have found any of them to be particularly informative and if you have any resources you prefer that are not listed. Good luck!
It includes advice on such topics as starting your online job search; choosing the best job site; networking resources; and creating a cyber-safe resume to avoid identity theft and threats to personal safety. The site also offers informative articles such as “The Dirty Dozen Online Job Search Mistakes,” and “Tapping the Hidden Job Market.”
- National Urban League Employment Network
Search job listings, post your resume and read career advice.
- AIRS Job Board Directory
Lists both free and pay-to-post job boards targted toward specific minority groups.
CareerWomen.com is tailored to the needs of today's career women, providing easy access to top employers & recruiters at companies who are actively looking to recruit women.
Career and self-development information to all minorities, specifically African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans and Women.
- Minority Career Network
Free, instant access to thousands of positions nationwide and valuable information on managing your career.
Search for job listings, post your resume to their database, or read any one of hundreds of articles related to diversity and workplace issues.
Search job listings, post your resume, read career advice.
- Nemnet.comA national resource organization committed to helping minority students and professionals who are looking for jobs in education, both public and private.
- PAC, Personnel Administrators' Affirmative Action Cooperative--
A recruiting consortium of eastern Massachusetts public school systems whose mission is to locate outstanding candidates of color for teaching, administrative and support positions in members' schools.
PAC Affirmative Action Cooperative, P.O. Box 218 Concord, MA 01742
- Diversity Faculty Search Consulting Service
A minority owned recruitment and job placement service. Places beginning teachers of color in Independent schools in Lower Fairfield County Connecticut (30 minutes from NYC).
For information or to send a resume and cover letter, contact them at:
Diversity Faculty Search Consulting Service
c/o Michele D. Redwine, Executive Director
139 West Haviland Lane
Stamford, CT 06903
- Seeking Educators of Color (SEEC)
A 12-member consortium of independent schools in the Boston and Providence areas committed to increasing the diversity in their school communities through active recruitment of faculty and students of color.
Call to request either a personal or telephone interview.
In addition, send a resume, a transcript, two letters of recommendation and a cover letter expressing interest to:
Patricia Melton, Director
Seeking Educators of Color
100 Grossman Drive, Suite 301
Braintree, MA 02184
- New Jersey Independent School Consortium for Opportunity
Founded in order to increase the teachers of color within New Jersey independent schools.
For an application write NJISCO, Dwight-Englewood School, 315 East Palisade Avenue, Englewood, NJ, 07631 or call (201) 568-5135.
- The Black Collegian
- National Urban League
Search for jobs online, post resumes, set up a search agent that emails job listings directly to your in-box, and use an advanced search function to retrieve more targeted search results.
- National Association of Asian American Professionals
- Asian Community Online Network
- Goldsea Careers
Career resources and information for Asian Americans.
- AsianDiversity Magazine
It includes Asian Organization Directory; Asian Diversity Mentoring Program; Best Companies for Asian Americans; jobs; career fairs; and articles.
- The Congressional Hispanic Congress Institute
- Saludos Career Web: Careers, Employment and Culture for Latino and Hispanic Americans